A three dimensional (3D) online body explorer, “Body Browser” has been recently launched by Google. With the use of an educational tool, Google Body Browser, users can go inside the human body to explore all parts in detail. Users can examine a high resolution, interactive 3D model of the human anatomy from inside the skin to the nervous system. Users can adjust the various layers of skin, muscles, tissues, and the skeletal system at the home page of the Body Browser.
For close examination, users can travel through layers of human anatomy, zoom in and expolre in to different body parts such as internal organs, bones, muscles, and more by scrolling the navigation bar of Google Body Browser. This new Google Body Browser is accessible like a free download. When users click on a body part, the Body Browser recalls its dedicated label and by dimming the surrounding area, detaches that part. A specific part of the body can also be located by using the handy search bar.
Search bar of Google Body Browser works like Google’s Web search that is complete with prognostic results. Users can enter the name of the body part in the search box, situated at the top of the page, and the body structure will be displayed by browser. Different systems, such as the skeleton (bone structure), muscles and internal organs can be exposed by users with the use of Google Body Browser without installing any additional plug-ins, Flash, or Java.
Users will require a Web GL installed and enabled web browser like the Firefox or latest Google Chrome Beta to see Google body browser. Users can access the Google body browser by visiting bodybrowser.googlelabs.com. The page will show anatomy of woman’s body and controls or vertical navigation bar. Using different on-page controls, users can zoom in and out, navigate and clock-wise or antyclock-wise rotate the body.
For getting different views, users can spin around axis, drag and navigate the body by the use of their mouse. Users can also share images by this Body Browser due to the body coordinates are constantly tracked by the web URL that users are viewing. For sharing image, users need to copy the addreess bar URL and send it to their friends and partners. Users can copy the URL and paste in other computer’s web browser to access the same view of body browser on different computer.
Video of Google Body Browser from youtube: